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About $915 million in unclaimed funds in the state and some of it could be yours

HARTFORD, Conn. (WTNH) — The State Treasurer’s office is entrusted to hold on to unclaimed property. One-third of the state – 1.6 million people – have money that is just sitting there. How do you claim your money?

This unclaimed money is known as ‘The Big List’ and a new website is making it easier to you to cash in.

State Treasurer Shawn Wooden (D) said, “Connecticut residents you’ve got money come get it.”

State Treasurer Wooden says $915 million in unclaimed property is sitting in the state’s general fund. If after three years – a business or a bank

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Zelros raises $11 million for AI that personalizes insurance plans

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Insurance tech startup Zelros today announced that it raised $11 million in series A funding led by BGV. The company plans to use the capital to scale operations across Europe and expand into North America, a spokesperson told VentureBeat.

The insurance tech market is red hot. Online platform Next Insurance, which targets small business owners with a focus on specific niches, recently raised $250 million. In March 2019, Washington, D.C.-based workers’ compensation insurer Pie Insurance brought in $45 million, just a month after CoverHound nabbed

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TikTok To Pay $92 Million To Settle Class-Action Suit Over ‘Theft’ Of Personal Data : NPR

TikTok on Wednesday agreed to pay $92 million to settle claims stemming from a class-action lawsuit alleging the app illegally tracked and shared the personal data of users without their consent.

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TikTok on Wednesday agreed to pay $92 million to settle claims stemming from a class-action lawsuit alleging the app illegally tracked and shared the personal data of users without their consent.

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TikTok has agreed to pay $92 million to settle dozens of lawsuits alleging that the popular video-sharing app harvested personal data from users, including information using facial recognition

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The trade-offs that led to $1 million net worth at age 35

  • A man with a $1 million net worth said getting there required some sacrifice.
  • Moving away from family was the first hard decision, but it changed the trajectory of his and his wife’s financial life.
  • They started degree programs, which limited their social life, and remained conscious about spending even as their income went up.
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Sacrifice is almost always required when you have big financial goals.

For Drock, a lobbyist who lives in Washington, DC, and his wife, the road to a $1 million net worth by 35 was littered with trade-offs. 

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PFL announces $65 million of financing to accelerate the firm’s growth

  • MMA firm Professional Fighters League has announced $65 million of fresh investment.
  • The funding will go toward “international expansion and top talent acquisition,” PFL MMA said.
  • The upcoming PFL season begins Friday, April 23 in Las Vegas.
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Professional Fighters League (PFL) has added $65 million of financing as it looks to expand international and accelerate its growth, the fight firm told Insider Thursday.

The PFL acquired the World Series of Fighting in 2017 and debuted with its inaugural season the following year.

The New York-based mixed martial arts firm follows conventional North American league

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A Republican donor gave $2.5 million for a voter fraud investigation. He wants his money back.

Like many Donald Trump supporters, conservative donor Fred Eshelman awoke the day after the presidential election with the suspicion that something wasn’t right. His candidate’s apparent lead in key battleground states had evaporated overnight.

The next day, the North Carolina financier and his advisers reached out to a small conservative nonprofit group in Texas that was seeking to expose voter fraud. After a 20-minute talk with the group’s president, their first-ever conversation, Eshelman was sold.

“I’m in for 2,” he told the president of True the Vote, according to court documents and interviews with Eshelman and others.

“$200,000?” one of

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